The Mapping London Christmas List 2019

The season for giving and receiving approaches once again. Here’s Mapping London’s guide to the best gifts for that London, or cartographical, enthusiast in your life:

  • London Poverty Maps (Our Review / Buy on Amazon)
    This hardback book is an impressive size and is beautifully finished, giving justice to the Charles Booths that provide such a powerful snapshot of London’s deprivation and social variations in the late 19th century.
  • A to Z History of London (Our Review / Buy on Amazon)
    Using the famous A to Z maps, past and present, to chart the development, change and themes of the capital city.
  • Bomb Damage Maps (Our Review / Buy on Amazon)
    Collated in one volume, these maps of the damage wrought on London by the second world war, are eye-catching in their detail, colouring individual houses, and provide an insight into a period of dramatic change in the city.
  • Maps of London & Beyond (Our Review / Buy on Amazon)
    Adam Dant’s many map-underpinned artworks are presented together in this large format book.

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